Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: July 29th 2003
Publisher: Pocket Books
Pages no: 709
Edition language: English
, Historical Romance
, Contemporary Romance
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
, Romantic Suspense
Series: Second Opportunities (#1)
My first contemporary by Judith McNaught gave me some of her fun emotional connection and a good amount of eye glazing department and corporate talk. Our leads had an instant connection when they met and I really enjoyed their back and forth tinged with sexual chemistry and sass. Unfortunately, Matt...
This is my first book of this author. The style reminds me a lot of other author which i read. Meredith and Matt,LisaParkerPhilip all characters are so well described .Although i would liked to have some more of Lisa in this. The story is nothing different, its quite obvious and can easily be guesse...
700+ pages and I still want more... Now thats a great book Firstly, I have to thank Angie for recommending this book to me. It was everything she said it would be and more. Secondly, this book has shown be that without a shadow of a doubt, authors used to write much better romances. I think about al...
An emotional rollercoaster!I loved this book! This is one of the most virtually sizzling books I’ve read lately. Why virtually? Because nothing is openly described, but it was sizzling all the same. The powerful pull was there all through the book.I loved the story, I loved the characters, I love th...
I didn't even notice how long this book was, it kind of just flew by. I've had my eye on it for a while so it's a relief to finally read it but I'll say this, I may have expected a tid bid more.Matt and Meredith are great main characters and one cannot help loving them both but sometimes Meredith pi...